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The Myth of Value: Getting Beyond Ersatz History in Modern Southwest Vernacular Architecture. Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations Conference. Hyatt Regency Hotel and Conference Center. February 13, 2013.
The Legacy of Indigenous, Hispanic, and American Architecture from Santa Fe to Taos (Tour). Leaders of Design Council. October 6, 2012.
Alexander Girard: The Designer and his Influence on New Mexico. Leaders of Design Council. October 4, 2012.
Paradigm of Destruction: Efficient, Affordable, and Sustainable Shelter Design Revealed at the End of the World as We Know It. Taos ISEA Day / SMU-inTaos & UNM-Taos Fall Lecture Series. Sept 26, 2012.
Taos' Historic District: Architectural History Walking tour. UNM-Harwood / Arts & Culture District. Sept 27, 2012.
The Chimayo Legacy: A Deep History of Spirit and Culture Threatened by Commercialization. New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance. May 3-5, 2012.
Integrating Landscape into the National Register Nomination of the Old Spanish National Historical Trail. OST Summit, Taos, NM April 23, 2012.
Designing and Building an Eco-Community from the circle up. Thrive Taos. February 9, 2012
The Regional Landscape and Vernacular Design. UNM Critical Regionalism Graduate Program Guest Lecturer, Nov 10, 2011.
Archaeo-Architecture for Better Modern Design. TEDxABQ. Sept 10, 2011
The Architectural Pattern Language of Taos. Pecha Kucha Taos, June 2011.
El Camino Real and the Architecture of Taos. NM Heritage Preservation Month, May 2011.
Visiting artist lecture. Mesa State College, March 2011
Using the Archaeological Record to Inform the Design of Sustainable Architecture Today. Archaeological Society of New Mexico. May 2010.
Mythology and Symbolism at Palladio's Villa Emo
Bio-Climatic Architecture of Palladio, at the Villa Emo
Palladio in America, Disseminated through French and English Colonial Architecture
Two Missions: The Spanish Architecture of Texas